Introducing rising R&B sensation Macey Estes. Originally from Nashville, but now based in Los Angeles, Macey's passion for music has been evident since childhood. She recalls being completely captivated by the Black Eyed Peas' Elephunk album, which played a major role in igniting her love for singing and performing.
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Music Production and Engineering at Indiana University, Macey moved to LA and honed her craft as a self-taught songwriter, producer, and engineer. Since 2018, Macey has been releasing music that has been described as "luscious and nostalgic...smooth and clean" while also captivating crowds on stages at venues throughout LA such as the Hotel Café and Peppermint Club.
Macey released her debut EP Save Yourself in June 2020, and two of her singles, "Wreck It All" and "What We're Here For," have already made waves in the music industry as they were featured prominently in editorial playlists such as Spotify's Fresh Finds, Ones To Watch's #NowWatching, and Before The Data's Fresh Faces.
Macey’s songwriting tackles big subjects with an authentic and unapologetic manner. The influences from R&B and pop are evident, though her sound doesn’t fit precisely in one box. Her inspirations include the likes of the Black Eyed Peas, Alessia Cara, and Rihanna, while her sound has been likened to that of Kehlani, Carlie Hanson, and Lennon Stella.
In addition to her impressive musical abilities, Macey is also a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community and is passionate about advocating for equality and acceptance. Her future is bright, with new music and more on the horizon. Keep an eye on Macey Estes, as she continues to make her mark on the music industry with her unique sound and powerful messages.